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Alyssa and Gillian hold each other and laugh as they lean against the bricks wall of the Boylston Rooms, a venue in Western Massachusetts. Photo by West on Jade

Our elopements are hosted in our stunning East Room, a white brick room with floor-to-ceiling windows and stunning natural light. Accented with the mill's original floors and pillars, it’s steeped in character.


In many ways, elopements are simpler than hosting a traditional wedding. Eloping allows you to focus on the people closest to you. Still, they do require planning. And that’s where we come in. We execute a stunning, stress-free, all-inclusive experience that offers the same support staff and decor as all of our wedding packages, allowing you to focus exclusively on your very best day.


Photo by West on Jade 

"We had a very small 'elopement' at The Boylston Rooms between Christmas and New Years. The entire ceremony and reception was planned in about 5 weeks, and no detail was missed. Erin & Myles were great to work with. They were knowledgeable, responsive and provided helpful suggestions throughout the whole planning process. Everything truly turned out perfect."

- Ashley, married in 2023

Elopement Package

$4600 for up to ten guests

  • Midweek wedding ceremony in the Boylston Room East

  • Ceremony officiant with personalized service and vows

  • Two hours of wedding photography with digital gallery

  • A bouquet and boutonniere in colors of your choice.*

  • A statement floral to adorn your wedding arch in your choice of colors

  • Champagne toast and a small cutting cake

  • Two hours of getting-ready time in our two private suites

  • Hair and makeup for two

  • Wedding arch or chuppah with draping and decor

*can be modified for couples who want two bouquets or two boutonnieres

**We partner with top vendors to offer fully inclusive packages at discounted rates. To ensure vendor availability, couples should book with as much advance notice as possible. In the rare instance that we cannot ensure a vendor, pricing will be adjusted.

A small gathering of cake and champagne for an intimate elopement. Photo by West on Jade
  • Trolley Driver
    Part time, evenings and weekends required Pay starting at $30 per hour. Must possess, or be able to obtain before start, MA, CDL and Passenger endorsement licenses required to operate company vehicles. This is a firm requirement. Must practice defensive driving at all times and avoid vehicular and industrial accidents by practicing safe driving and work habits Compliance with all applicable federal, state, county, district, and contract specific driving laws Provide safe and reliable transportation service to and from various event locations throughout MA and nearby areas Reports to duty on time and maintains route on time but in a safe manner Physically assists passengers in evacuation of the vehicle in case of emergency Immediately reports any accident or incident per Company policy Other duties as assigned
  • Event Staff
    Part time, evenings and weekends required. Pay starting at $15 an hour. Responsibilities Greet guests and direct them to various event spaces Event setup and breakdown including moving chairs, folding tables, and other event furniture and decorations which may weigh up to 50lbs. Note, we have purchased many carts and other assistive devices to make this work easier. Nevertheless, it is a physical job that requires some physical agility Maintains the safety of guests and the cleanliness of facilities Assist the couple in their needs through the day Required Skills Commitment to an equitable workforce and event space. Must be comfortable working with all members of the public and willing to attend diversity and inclusion trainings Previous wedding, catering, or event experience a plus, but not required Ability to coordinate and prioritize work tasks and meet deadlines There are no educational requirements for this position Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. Job Environment Work is mainly performed indoors, with some exceptions for outdoor ceremonies and social hours. While air conditioned, the building is an old mill with poor insulation and high ceilings, so it is often warm in the summer. The mill’s hallways are not air conditioned. Work involves extensive interaction with members of the public. Work schedule will be varied and will include evening, weekend and holiday hours. The event space can be loud and lowly lit. Earplugs can be provided at employees' request. The venue does serve alcohol to guests and allows recreational cigarette, cigar, and cannabis consumption outdoors, so attendees may not be sober.
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